Feel so utterly inspired by this rose gold Joshua Tree National Park at dusk elopement. Full of dusty pinks, rust oranges and painted on freckles with canned champagne pops and a whole lot of music and fun. Because, what happens in the desert, may not stay in the desert, but it’s one hell of a rad time.
As I stood there watching snowflakes dance through the wind and the lingering leaves flutter on their frozen branches through the small churches single paned windows,
I found myself in tears. Taking in the most moving ceremony I have yet to be a part of tucked in the North Idaho snowy hills.
When autumn hits Northern Idaho, it’s unlike anything else. The air becomes thick with fireplace smoke and the musky smell of crimson and burnt orange leaves. The Tamarack go ablaze in various hues of yellows, spotting mountainsides with flame and color.